Amathus Beach Hotel

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Address: Amathountos Avenue/B1 Highway, 4532 Ayios Tykhonas, LIMASSOL, , Cyprus

Star rating:
5 star hotel

4.7

Opened in 1973, this beachfront hotel has managed to remain a contender

When the Amathus Beach opened in 1973, it quickly became the benchmark against which other Limassol hotels were judged. Despite some strong competition, it is still one of the best hotels in town, and an ongoing refurbishment programme (an opulent new spa, chic new rooms, luxury suites with private pools) aims to keep it that way.

 

Location
4.6
90%
Eating/drinking
4.5
90%
Leisure facilities
4.7
90%
Service
4.7
90%
Value for money
4.5
90%
Bedrooms
4.7
90%
Public areas
4.7
90%

Location

Location:
On its own private beach at the far end of Limassol’s tourist area, some 9km  east of the city centre.
 

Bedrooms


Choose from seven room types. Sea view and superior sea view rooms have quite roomy balconies with views over the gardens to the sea (and, after dark, the twinkling lights of Limassol). Inland view rooms which previously looked out over a less inspiring urban vista have recently been enlarged by converting their balconies into luxurious sitting rooms. A private annexe houses junior sea-view suites and – on the ground floor - junior suites with private pool and Jacuzzi. All junior suites are divided into sleeping area (with large double or twin beds) and living area with a settee which can be converted into an extra double. The executive suites on the upper floors of the main building have elegant full-sized living rooms and separate en-suite bedroom. In all rooms and suites, you’ll find amenities including satellite TV, free WiFi access, mini-bar, tea and coffee-making kit, thick fluffy bathrobes and Bulgari toiletries.
 

Public areas


A bright and airy lobby/reception area with floor-to-ceiling glass wall opens onto a terrace which overlooks grassy lawns shaded by palm trees and a recently spruced-up private beach with loungers and umbrellas.
 

Eating and drinking


Open air dining at La Terrazza (Italian) or on the beach at Limanaki (traditional-style fish taverna), Chinese, Thai and Japanese at Asiachi or fusion-international in The Cyan, the hotel’s fine dinining restaurant. For drinks, the Helios poolside bar, Petrino bar on the beach, or the classy NuBar cocktail lounge in the lobby.

 

Leisure facilities


Three outdor pools, a 2010-built gym with the latest in fitness equipment and a luscious new spa with 14 treatment rooms and the largest indoor pool\ in Cyprus. Watersports including windsurfing, sailing, jet-skis.
 

Service


Professional and ubiquitous (without being intrusive) from arrival to departure.

 

Who stays there

 

 Couples (both child-free and empty-nesters); families with children; tour groups and conference delegates.
 

Price advice

 Inland view rooms start at 130 euros only, including tax, in low season and rise to around 226 euros in summer season. Junior suites with private pool start at 436 euros, rising to 706 euros in summer.

 

Amenities

  • Fitness Centre
  • High-Speed Internet
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool

Recommended for

  • Business travellers
  • Couples
  • Mature travellers
  • Relaxation
  • Romance
  • No fuss

Pros & Cons

  • Well-kept gardens
  • Top spa and gym
  • Slow, expensive internet hookup
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